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Member Since: Mon, 16th Nov 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 7,951
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 3

Last Posted: 12 Apr '17


Post Distribution over the last 30 days




8 Feb '17

Results more than likely already priced into SP i am more concerned with future earnings outlook which clearly will be affected with economic slowdown post brexit in uk and ireland.
7 Feb '17

Its a funny old world even Aib which was all but written off by investors could end up more attractive as an investment than our battered old fkir with its uk exposure who knows what the europrats will order irish CB and our ritchie to do.
7 Feb '17

Way to many uncertainties to work through before SP back above 30c, French/german elections future earnings projections due to brexit and inevitable economic slowdown will disappoint and i believe SP will be back to 20c before recovering maybe Q4.
19 Jan '17

Sp would tank back to mid teens very quickly.
10 Jan '17

With sterling decline Will Drag our fkir back to 22c soon enough, Has anyone also thought if so called EU member states will agree to allow the likes of bank of Ireland to continue to operate within Mainland uk post Brexit? Most other Non uk banks currently operating within uk threatening to Leave.
9 Jan '17

Now Lloyds largest shareholder not great news for this share they are Traders not investors and will short this share at every opportunity as is the case with the FKIR= Bkir.
29 Nov '16

Woint have to wait too long before rest follow suit uk banks also in red italian banks slight recovery today however i expect selloff to re commence soon.
29 Nov '16

SP Pricing in Renzi loss which if does indeed take place will easily drag down financials and our fkir sub 19c maybe slight lift tomorrow if uk bank tests not to negitive but any lift shortlived.
28 Nov '16

totaly agree irish Politicians heaped eu banking debt on the shoulders of its citizens and told the public there was no other way when clearly they had options at the time i am also sure you are aware the uk borrowed billions to Ireland at a lower interest rate than their eu cousins so much for soladarity also the ECB Did indeed send a letter threatening to withdrawl funding to irish banks unless their conditions were followed to the letter no writdown of debt etc etc personally i doint believe the current eu system a just and fair one for all member states and if it is to survive there needs to be massive changes with more transparency and accountablity.
28 Nov '16

strings controlled by Bundestag they woint agree to ecb taking on npl ecb not an impartial organisation.


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